RM JUNE 2018 ISSUE – VOL.69 NO.812
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
St Martins Wharf
Inspired by Colonel Stephens' lines in East Anglia, this exhibition layout - set in the 1930s.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Occupying just 11' x 10', this OO layout scheme demonstrates how main line operations can be achieved in a modest spare room-sized space.
Jim Smith describes this neo-Jacobean style station building, which now serves as part of the northern terminus on the Severn Valley Railway, with drawings by Steve Croucher.
On The Rail 2018
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
London Urban Modelling
Terry Tew describes the varied methods he used to create suitable stock for his Earl's Court layout, which includes examples of ex-LNWR and ex-LMS DEMUs.
Project of the Month
Continuing this series of articles, Craig Tiley looks at wiring options and shows how to equip points with twin-solenoid motors and auxiliary frog switching.
Chris White explains how he created an N gauge replica of this viaduct, which is situated just north of Churston station, on the Paignton to Kingswear branch.
The Grange West Tramway
A beautifully executed construction in 0-16.5 gauge of a just supposing tramway in eastern England. Built and described by John Dean.
What to do when your club is bequeathed a major collection of handbuilt L&SWR locos and stock. Peter Bidgood of the Winchester Railway Modellers presents the answer - build a layout on which they can all be run.
Kingsford and Aberporth
Through the railway room hatch this time into the world as built by Bev Friend. Bev describes some novel and simple means of point control and train identification.
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